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The call of the void - or why you may suddenly want to jump off a cliff

 
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Yeah i know that too...

I have a thing for balancing on the rails of high bridges...

I guess it is doing something watching in emptyness and steady ground at the same time...
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Yeah i know that too...

I have a thing for balancing on the rails of high bridges...

I guess it is doing something watching in emptyness and steady ground at the same time...
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Re: The call of the void - or why you may suddenly want to jump off a cliff
I’m definitely not suicidal and pretty much hate suicidal people. If you read the link or the op it says the feeling is uncharacteristic. I’ve examined it in myself before and explained already that it’s not a feeling of wanting to end existence for me. It’s much more of a paranoid delusion that I can’t die no matter what I do. Luckily it passes and I don’t act on it.
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"I’m definitely not suicidal..."


So this thread is a 'Freudian slip'?
You might want to seek help.
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And they placed new stuff on a roof nearby to insulate it better but there not working and today and tomorrow we get rain,hope the insulation doesnt get fungy.
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yea they will have to do it all over again.
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I’m definitely not suicidal and pretty much hate suicidal people. If you read the link or the op it says the feeling is uncharacteristic. I’ve examined it in myself before and explained already that it’s not a feeling of wanting to end existence for me. It’s much more of a paranoid delusion that I can’t die no matter what I do. Luckily it passes and I don’t act on it.
 Quoting: Sharon Cherries


This explains your insane support for an experimental injection, which is so 'safe and effective', it doesn't work. It's unsafe and ineffective, but you see it back the other way because of your conditioning. You even think you're thinking your own thoughts about it too.

With respect to leaping off into the void, I wouldn't call it paranoid delusion. It may scare you, though. It's certainly a delusion.
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And they placed new stuff on a roof nearby to insulate it better but there not working and today and tomorrow we get rain,hope the insulation doesnt get fungy.
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yea they will have to do it all over again.
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Don’t you just love Olaf?
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And they placed new stuff on a roof nearby to insulate it better but there not working and today and tomorrow we get rain,hope the insulation doesnt get fungy.
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yea they will have to do it all over again.
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Don’t you just love Olaf?
 Quoting: Sharon Cherries


Olaf and Henkie are two of my fav dutch posters here lmao
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And they placed new stuff on a roof nearby to insulate it better but there not working and today and tomorrow we get rain,hope the insulation doesnt get fungy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79924355


yea they will have to do it all over again.
 Quoting: T-Man


Don’t you just love Olaf?
 Quoting: Sharon Cherries


Olaf and Henkie are two of my fav dutch posters here lmao
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Haha you are the only one I can understand what you write! You must know English. I feel a small victory inside whenever I can attract Olaf to my threads.
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yea they will have to do it all over again.
 Quoting: T-Man


Don’t you just love Olaf?
 Quoting: Sharon Cherries


Olaf and Henkie are two of my fav dutch posters here lmao
 Quoting: T-Man


Haha you are the only one I can understand what you write! You must know English. I feel a small victory inside whenever I can attract Olaf to my threads.
 Quoting: Sharon Cherries


haha, its like a puzzle when Olaf speaks.

when Henkie does stuff like smashing car windows and it makes the local news, im always slightly freaked out

5a
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Don’t you just love Olaf?
 Quoting: Sharon Cherries


Olaf and Henkie are two of my fav dutch posters here lmao
 Quoting: T-Man


Haha you are the only one I can understand what you write! You must know English. I feel a small victory inside whenever I can attract Olaf to my threads.
 Quoting: Sharon Cherries


haha, its like a puzzle when Olaf speaks.

when Henkie does stuff like smashing car windows and it makes the local news, im always slightly freaked out

5a
 Quoting: T-Man


yikes

It would be scary to have that guy around town! I can’t understand anything he posts but yes Olaf is like candy to read. Is Hankie totally mental or what?
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Olaf and Henkie are two of my fav dutch posters here lmao
 Quoting: T-Man


Haha you are the only one I can understand what you write! You must know English. I feel a small victory inside whenever I can attract Olaf to my threads.
 Quoting: Sharon Cherries


haha, its like a puzzle when Olaf speaks.

when Henkie does stuff like smashing car windows and it makes the local news, im always slightly freaked out

5a
 Quoting: T-Man


yikes

It would be scary to have that guy around town! I can’t understand anything he posts but yes Olaf is like candy to read. Is Hankie totally mental or what?
 Quoting: Sharon Cherries


arnt we all?


he lives on the other side of the country so its all good hahaha

epiclol
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Re: The call of the void - or why you may suddenly want to jump off a cliff
It’s a real thing! I get it a lot and they say it’s wires crossing in the brain but I know that I feel it more from a doubt that I would die.

[link to www.livescience.com (secure)]

“ Have you ever stood on a balcony, leaned over the edge and unexpectedly thought, "If I wanted to, I could just jump?" Or perhaps you've been at a cliff's edge, with the intention of doing nothing more than enjoying the view and fleetingly considered how easy it would be to simply step over the edge. This sudden, often unanticipated thought is usually nothing to be worried about, but it certainly warrants exploration.

This feeling — which tends to be brief, entirely out of character and often involves thoughts of leaping from a high place or driving headfirst into an oncoming vehicle — is more widespread than you might think. In fact, it's so common, the French have a term for it: l'appel du vide. In English, this translates to "the call of the void." ”


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 Quoting: Sharon Cherries


The "vaccines" have fucked up your brain. Better get your affairs in order.
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Re: The call of the void - or why you may suddenly want to jump off a cliff
bump
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i think this animation fits the topic






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D0ITdoIT
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word of advice. dont do pcp

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I’m definitely not suicidal and pretty much hate suicidal people. If you read the link or the op it says the feeling is uncharacteristic. I’ve examined it in myself before and explained already that it’s not a feeling of wanting to end existence for me. It’s much more of a paranoid delusion that I can’t die no matter what I do. Luckily it passes and I don’t act on it.
 Quoting: Sharon Cherries


So far you’ve admitted to thinking about stabbing random people with a knife and that you have a paranoid delusion.

You are mentally ill. Seek professional help immediately.
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I’m definitely not suicidal and pretty much hate suicidal people. If you read the link or the op it says the feeling is uncharacteristic. I’ve examined it in myself before and explained already that it’s not a feeling of wanting to end existence for me. It’s much more of a paranoid delusion that I can’t die no matter what I do. Luckily it passes and I don’t act on it.
 Quoting: Sharon Cherries


eventually ...your luck runs out-AH

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hot kizzakes the void beckons
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I've had fleeting thoughts like this in the past. Not often, but occasionally these random uninvited thoughts popped up. Thoughts like "I could just jump out in front of that truck", or "I could just stab my wife with this kitchen knife". Not even fully formed thoughts, just a silent impulse trying to surface in my mind, before getting swept away by my conscious rejection of the intruding idea.

I haven't had this kind of thoughts in years though.

My personal theory, is that our minds are capable of receiving random thoughts from the astral or whatever. But if we keep our minds properly shielded nothing can penetrate our mental defenses. I guess that's why this isn't happening to me any more.
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It’s natural for prisoners to want to escape
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I think you may have literally done it by getting the vaxx.
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Re: The call of the void - or why you may suddenly want to jump off a cliff
Interesting topic, OP!

I would have loved to see the video address the idea
of "reincarnation" and "past lives." I'm saying this
just as a hypothetical...not as a believer in this
particular philosophy.

For example, The Buddha believed he had lived many lives
over eons of time. Then when he became enlightened he claimed
he had "past life memories" that were as vivid as the life
he was living--including the "feelings."

If the Buddha believed he remembered ALL PAST LIVES,
doesn't it seem very likely that in the geography of
India that in ONE LIFE he would have died a violent death
by falling off a cliff's edge
(and remembered the sensations)
with the same vertigo and panic one would expect to
experience with such an accident? That could explain
the "reflex action" to STEP BACK just as your hand near
an open flame would be a learned response to a danger.

That would need its' own "catchy name" however...not
sure what I would call it....maybe "PAST LIFE VERTIGO"
as one viewed the scene from a mountain top or skyscraper
and recalled the tragic memory of a past life accident.

I think that should be included!

cheers
The Oracle's Cookie

Lemmings&the
Lemmings...yeah...They'll remember in their "next life!"

Last Edited by The Oracle's Cookie on 11/19/2022 02:21 AM





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